Britain: Stay-at-home moms struggle with sadness, depression, and anger more often than employed mothers do, a new poll has revealed. According to a sure-to-be-controversial new Gallup poll, while 26 percent of stay-at-home moms reported feeling sadness much of "yesterday", that figure was just 16 per cent among employed moms.

Some 28 percent of stay-at-home moms said they have been diagnosed with depression, an assertion made by just 17 per cent of employed mothers, the Newser reported.

Meanwhile, 50 per cent of the stay-at-home group felt stressed and 19 per cent felt angry "yesterday", versus 48 per cent and 14 per cent in the employed group. According to Politico, the poll comes on the heels of a furore over Ann Romney's stay-at-home status.

(Agencies)

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